Macrame pattern book pdf

  1. Macrame Elegance II
  2. Basic Macrame Knots
  3. Suggested Reading
  4. [ PDF ] Macrame Pattern Book: Includes over 70 Knots and Small Repeat…

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Macrame Pattern Book Pdf

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This refers to the decorative fringes on camels and horses which help, amongst other things, to keep the flies off the animal in the hot desert regions of northern Africa. Another school of thought indicates that it comes from Turkish makrama, "napkin" or "towel", and was a way to secure the ends of pieces of weaving by using the excess thread and yarn along the top and bottom edges of loomed fabrics. Fringe-like plaiting and braiding adorned the costumes of the time and were captured in their stone statuary. These artisans knotted the excess thread and yarn along the edges of hand-loomed fabrics into decorative fringes on bath towels, shawls, and veils. After the Moorish conquest, the art was taken to Spain , then to Italy , especially in the region of Liguria , and then spread through Europe. It was introduced into England at the court of Mary II in the late 17th century.

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Macrame Elegance II

Honestly, I need to look on my cheat-sheet every time I make this knot! Pull all four ends evenly. This knot is perfect for the center of Macrame piece. Here is how you can make it. Place two threads as shown on the picture below the first end goes on top of the second, the second on top of the third, the third on top of the forth and the last one is pulled through the loop, created by the first cord , and then pull ends evenly in all four directions. You will have a very nice square-shaped knot.

The Clover Leaf Knot This Chinese knot brings health and wealth in your house - at least that is what Chinese people are saying! Make loops with the thread in strict order, as shown on the pictures below. The hardest is the final step - to pull out the certain loops above and under the main large loop pay attention to the arrows on the next picture. Remember, your hard work will soon pay off - you will be wealthy and healthy once you are done with this hard knot!

Also it is a good training before we start on the Lucky knot!! I call patterns like this "mind breakers" - it takes an effort to understand! The easiest instruction to follow IMO is this one. I have found it on Internet, but couldn't locate an original author. Tip: using pins helps a lot! Layout a cord like on the first picture. You can see a first Clover petal, and then the first loop yellow.

Make another loop with the free end of your cord and pull it through the first loop - over, then under. You made a second petal. Take the free end and pull it through the previous loop exactly like it is shown on the picture 3, weaving around the first petal. Pull the ends to tie the knot.


The Snake Knot I don't really know why they call it the Snake knot, but here we go! Fix two cords. Then with the left cord tie a loop through the first one. Tie the knot. I guess, if you keep tieing the Snake knots, you will make a Snake braid! The Chess pattern This one is very common in Macrame world.

First, create a row of Square knots. In the next row, make the Square knots between the upper row knots, using working cords as base ones and the base ones as working.

Continue making rows of knots in this chess order. After completing a whole row, make a Double Half Hitch with the 1st base thread on the 2nd base cord. Here is the Vertical Petals pattern. There is a 8-threads version of the pattern, but you can use 6 and more threads. This narrow design can be used to make Macrame belt, Macrame bracelet, or as an edge for some bigger Macrame piece, like Macrame Hammock. Take the 5th thread, direct it to the left, and using it as a base cord, make 4 Double Half Hitches.

Keep a small distance from the first row to make it look like a petal. Keep repeating the pattern for as long as you wish.

The Diamond pattern This pretty pattern is being used in bracelets, necklaces, belts, etc. It is usually made on 6 or 8, rarely more or less, cords. On the picture below there is an eight-threads Diamond Braid. First, guide the outmost left cord to the right and, using it as a base thread, make 3 Double Half Hitch knots or 2, if you have 6 threads total with the next 3 cords.

Repeat on another side, using the outmost right thread as a base cord. Connect two base knots by making a Double Half Hitch knot with the left base cord on the right base thread. Then continue tieing the Double Half Hitches on the right base cord with the rest of the threads. Now take the left base thread it was a working thread in the previous step and make on it 3 Double Half Hitch knots.

Basic Macrame Knots

Now back to the left side of our braid. Take the base thread and turn it to the right, and make on it 3 Double Half Hitches. Then turn the right base thread to the left and make Double Half Hitches also. On the picture below you can see a ten-thread Diamond pattern, as well as two other versions of the braid with an open weave.

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Meaning you can get on with what you love to do Imagine a book that offers you, at your fingertips, exciting and easy to follow Macrame Patterns Then when you wonder where to get the materials from, you have a List of Suppliers for all of your Macrame Needs. You can find out what sort of Yarn to use.

Where to locate Beautiful Beads.

What size Ring to use and where to find them. Imagine being able to follow Diagram Instructions on how to tie the Knots, and trouble shoot for you if something seems to be not working. Would that be useful? Wouldn't it be great to have an ebook that is universally appealing and relevant, no matter what stage you are at with your Macrame?

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Imagine the relief of not having to try and figure it out for yourself because no one else was around to help you, or you couldn't find the answer elsewhere. Did you know Now more and more people are moving back towards the art, beauty and satisfaction of knotting.

Imagine being able to produce Macrame pieces that you felt were more Contemporary. Pieces that your friends desired for themselves, and begged you to make for them.

A plant holder, wall hanging, place mat, teens bracelet and so much more Imagine learning how to Combine Macrame with Jewelery to create fine quality pieces of beads and fiber. Wouldn't you love to create something that looked like it was professionally produced?

Wouldn't it be great to have a 'One Stop Shop' that told you everything you wanted to know about Macrame? That's what this brand new ebook will do for you! Simply, every section in this book, every topic we cover, every idea we put forth is because "you asked for it". Well, not "you" really. Everything in this book comes from live questions. Questions from people like you, who love Macrame and want to know more about it.

[ PDF ] Macrame Pattern Book: Includes over 70 Knots and Small Repeat…

Who have questions that currently they can not find answers for, easily, in one place. I was one of those people too!!! As I mentioned earlier I am a recent returnee to Macrame. With my business when I was 8, get that 8! I sold plant hangers, lampshades, onion baskets, wall hangings and much much more So years later, I read something again about Macrame and how it is making a comeback, and that's all it took I'm back I figure if I feel like this, who else might?

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Our aim was simple From how to get started right through to how to market the things that you make.

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